Kotor was founded by the ancient Romans as Acruvium. Around the 10th century, it was an autonomous city ruled from Byzantium, and from 1186 to 1371 it was a free city of medieval Serbia. It was Venetian and Hungarian for short periods, an independent republic from 1395 to 1420, then Venetian again. Kotor is generally famed for its charming Old Town with cobbled streets, crumbling churches and narrow lanes strung with beautiful laundry lines. Some of Kotor’s major sights include Kotor Old town, Vrmac, Prevlaka Island, Saint George, Our lady of the Rock, Lovcen, Njegos Mausoleum and many more.
Some of the city’s popular locations can be sighted en route walking and biking tours and visitors will enjoy exploring prominent places in Kotor on sightseeing tours as well as cultural and historical tours that allow visitors learn of the city’s deep history and explore some of its historical landmarks and ancient sites. Boat cruises and sailings are also available to tourists who want to explore the city’s beautiful waters and participate in water sports such as snorkelling, swimming, kayaking and more.
Visitors will enjoy convenient airport transfers and other city transports in Kotor, suitable for both individual and group transfers and can go on day trips and excursions from the city to neighbouring cities and towns. These tour activities have been specifically selected from tours with the best review, by the tour team, Tripindicator, that provide customers with amazing tour experiences at very affordable prices compared to other top tour agencies.